An afternoon MARC commuter train, on its way from Riverside Yard to Camden Station, passes up a CSX grain train on the Locust Point Subdivision. Photographed from the I-395 overpass.
R249 is stopped at Red Rock, just west of Cumberland.
Newest power on the Maryland Midland, SD40-2's #3451 and 3450, make a set out at the CSX interchange.
An ex-Chessie GP38 switches a cut of covered hoppers at Locust Point. The historic Baltimore and Ohio Locust Point Grain Terminal Elevator can be seen in the background. It has recently been rede... (more)
Q317 has just departed Cumberland and is crossing the Viaduct on the Mountain Subdivision towards its destination at Grafton, WV.
K943 has just left the South Baltimore Industrial Track and is onto the Hanover Subdivision at Westport.
CSX Q249 with CEFX 1043 leading the CP 8898 past Brunswick doing 30 mph. A problem with leader restricted this train to 30 mph from near Jessup, MD to Cumberland, MD.
Q297 is photgraphed from the 16th st. bridge in Silver Spring on a summer evening in 1996.
In this busy city scene, empty oil train K055-20 exits the western portal of the Howard St tunnel, and passes the Hamburg St MTA light rail station, as the lead unit approaches Baileys Wye.
An empty coal train makes its way past Point of Rocks station on a sunny afternoon.
D779 (The Loyer Turn) originated in Curtis Bay yard in Baltimore and makes its way west on The Old Main Line by HX Tower.
A small crowd has gathered at Dump Rd, just east of Bayview, as K057-10 with a sweet lashup, speeds west with the last light of day.
Q138 is seen at Bay View as it leaves the Philadelphia Subdivision and is now on the Sparrows Point Sub, nearing its terminus at Seagirt Marine Terminal.
Q373 with a UP leader, speeds westbound on the single track, approaching the West Bel Air Ave grade crossing in Aberdeen.
Arriving at Gaithersburg